Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.


Seattle Audubon Meetings

Join us for Engaging Presentations from Leading Experts! 

Our meetings are open to the general public and we invite you to become a supporter and advocate of a community that values birds and nature.

On Technology & Conservation with Mongabay

May 18, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Seattle Central College; Room BE1110/1111

Seattle Audubon is honored to host Mongabay.com founder, Rhett Butler, and founding editor of Mongabay's Wildtech, Dr. Suzanne Palminteri, in a facilitated discussion about the ever-changing use of technology in conservation. Join us to learn more about how high technology like artificial intelligence and remote sensing are aiding in the protection of animals and wild places around the world.

Mongabay.com is a 19 year old nonprofit global environmental news service with 30 million readers who read its daily, original reporting in 9 languages, produced by 4 international bureaus: India, US, Indonesia, and Latin America.

For more information on the event  and to purchase your tickets, visit our registration page!

Diversity in the Outdoors Panel

Save the date for June 28th! Seattle Audubon is working on an Equity and Inclusion plan so we can better serve the diverse Seattle community. In conjunction to this plan, we are hosting a panel with awesome organizations whose mission involves making the outdoors more accessible to underrepresented groups. 

Stay tuned for more details and panelists!


For more information regarding these Program Meetings, contact Member Services Associate, Leigh Hiura: leighh@seattleaudubon.org 

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